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If you have massive boobs what do you wear when not wearing a bra?

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Bridecilla Sat 26-Sep-20 22:17:02

As the title really. I hate swinging free but equally dislike staying in a bra all evening

I'm a 34hh so need support though!

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LouiseTrees Sat 26-Sep-20 22:19:18

I’m a 34 g and I wear a sleep bra (no wire). It doesn’t give loads of support but it does pick them up a bit.

LadyCatStark Sat 26-Sep-20 22:20:18

A sports bra. I never, ever go braless 😂

sanityisamyth Sat 26-Sep-20 22:20:27

34J. I wear an underwired bra during the day but they're unfettered at night!

Palavah Sat 26-Sep-20 22:21:39

Sleep bra (bravissimo) at night
Used to wear a soft sling sports bra but the racerback pulled on my neck too much

Bridecilla Sat 26-Sep-20 22:22:29

@LadyCatStark wrestling into a sports bra is a workout itself!

I sleep starkers but looking for something for the time between getting home and bed. I got fatter in lockdown and my bras are digging in a bit!

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Dyrne Sat 26-Sep-20 22:23:44

I only go braless at night when I’m sleeping; and even then I’ve been tempted to look into sleep bras ever since I realised they were a thing. I cannot relate at all to the memes online about taking off bras as soon as you step foot inside etc - it’s uncomfortable and I’d risk two black eyes the second I needed to go down the stairs grin

If your bra is so uncomfortable have you double checked it’s the correct size for you?

Bridecilla Sat 26-Sep-20 22:25:26

Me neither @Dyrne the only time I'm braless is after a shower and in bed!

Bras only digging because of lockdown weight gain blush

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BaronessBomburst Sat 26-Sep-20 22:28:17

If you have massive boobs what do you wear when not wearing a bra?
A big smile.

StandardLampski Sat 26-Sep-20 22:28:29

Molke bra
V comfy, quite funky

I don't mind for a day time wear , under my uniform, but I prefer a proper wired bra otherwise . Although who the hell am I
seeing out of work these days?? grin

Nomoreilove Sat 26-Sep-20 22:29:43

I wear large hoodies to cover them when not wearing a bra. I suppose you could wear a crop top to hold them up

JustThinkingAboutThis Sat 26-Sep-20 22:31:09


A sports bra. I never, ever go braless 😂

Me too!
The only time I don’t wear one is when I shower!

Somuddled Sat 26-Sep-20 22:31:46

I wear soft sleep bras. Just the right amount of support.

1stMrsF Sat 26-Sep-20 22:33:34

32HH. I wear only pjs/vest top in bed, often remove bra when I get home. I like a vest top with a bra shelf or find even just a cotton Lycra camisole, tight fitting, is comfortable enough for just sitting on the sofa.

AnotherEmma Sat 26-Sep-20 22:33:37

Kindred Bravely sleep bra (the "busty" size option) from Amazon

LarkDescending Sat 26-Sep-20 22:49:35

The super-comfortable Anya bra from John Lewis. I recommend ditching the padding inserts.

BlueThursday Sat 26-Sep-20 22:52:35

I only have it off when I’m showering

caughtalightsneeze Sat 26-Sep-20 22:54:37

I only go without a bra in the shower. But for sleeping I wear a Primark sports bra. It would be utterly useless as a sports bra as it provides very little support. But it's stretchy and comfortable.

Jpowe Sat 26-Sep-20 22:58:00

Nothing let them hang

Lozz22 Sat 26-Sep-20 23:05:28

Let em hang free if I'm at home.

YouBringLightInToADarkPlace Sat 26-Sep-20 23:08:29

Vest top with inbuilt boob shelf. Always.

Bridecilla Sat 26-Sep-20 23:13:39

Hanging free = sweaty underneath envy not envy!

Will Google vests with boob shelf

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Time2change2 Sat 26-Sep-20 23:16:25

Can never sit around braless. Feels horrible. Only braless for washing and sleeping and even then like a vest with a built in support

Kerberos Sat 26-Sep-20 23:17:02

Vest top without a boob shelf works well for me. 38F.

AutumnSuns Sat 26-Sep-20 23:18:08

Sleep bra. Never braless unless shower. Wear them during the day if not going out and sleep in them too. Too uncomfortable to be braless

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